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Contemporary Rome

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Contemporary Rome

Rome never stopped growing and adding new beauties to its skyline, so that since year 2000 at least five major projects of international level were completed: Renzo Piano’s Auditorium and Musical Centre; Rome's new conference centre, the “Nuvola” [“the Cloud”], designed by Massimiliano Fuksas; the amazing Church of Merciful God Father by Richard Meier; and the Museum of XX century’s Arts, Zaha Hadid’s MaXXi; and the harmonious Music Bridge by English firm Buro Happold.

But Contemporary Rome started already in 1936 with Mussolini’s project for a modern area of Rome, that was supposed to be the innovative location for the World's Fair of 1942, then suppressed for WWII. Today the EUR 42 is a business neighborhood of dreamlike atmosphere that hosts some of the most unconventional buildings of the city.

On top of that, Rome offers the best and most complete Gallery of Modern Art of the Country , displaying masterpieces by Klimt, Van Gogh, Monet, Boccioni, Cezanne, Burri, Degas, Modigliani, Duchamp, and many more.

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  • Guide sharing mode: maximum 9 people together (Private groups have no limit in number).
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